IT Apprenticeship Program

Austin Community College is committed to training 350 Information Technology (IT) apprentices/pre-apprentices over the next four years. Through a $12 million DOL grant, ACC joins partners San Jacinto College, Alamo Community College, and Dallas Community College in providing apprenticeship opportunities for Central Texas students seeking a career in IT. ACC will be working with area businesses to develop these IT apprenticeship programs.

Students

Want to find out how an IT apprenticeship can help you on your path to a high-tech career?

Employers

Want to know how you can develop a skilled IT workforce to grow your business?

Student Information

Apprenticeships in Information Technology

The length of an apprenticeship programs vary depending on the employer, complexity of the occupation, industry, and the type of program but they typically last 1-3 years. Some other features of IT apprenticeships include:

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Industry-driven, high-quality career pathways where employers can develop and prepare their future workforce.

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Apprenticeships focus on mastering specific skills an employer needs within their organization.

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Apprentices obtain paid work experience, classroom instruction, mentorship, and a portable, nationally-recognized credential.

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Experienced mentors provide individualized training and support.

Benefits for Students

Paid Job

Earn a paycheck from day one, guaranteed to increase over time as you learn new skills

Hands-On Training

Learn job skills while earning a salary

Credentials

Receive an industry-issued credential upon completion of an apprenticeship program

Degree Potential

Earn academic credit towards a college degree for the skills you learn during your apprenticeship

Career Advancement

Leverage your completed apprenticeship to further your career in IT

Connections

Meet people who can help you advance your career today and in the future

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